The second Democratic debate is Nov. 14! Watch Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley vie for the hearts—and the votes and the money—of the American people. Get a group together and check out the debate screenings at the following locations (thanks to DNAinfo for digging up the list):
If you support Bernie Sanders:
Bareburger (85 2nd Ave.). Chow down on “Burgers for Bernie” and enjoy a Bernie Sanders pep rally (complete with a trivia game), then watch the debate on one of the four television screens. You’ll need to drink at least two beers (or other beverage of your choosing): admission is free, but there is a two-drink minimum. And if beer makes you generous, Sanders will be prepared: donations to his campaign will be collected during the evening.
The event runs from 7 p.m. and 10 p.m., but consider arriving early if you want that Bernie Burger.
If you’re a Hillary fan:
Mary O’s Bar & Grill (32 Ave. A). Calling all Hillary supporters. Mary O’s wants you to enjoy the debate in Alphabet City. Admission is free, and there is an RSVP option for those who like to plan ahead.
If you like vodka:
The Corner Social (321 Lenox Ave.). One way to encourage voter turnout? Free vodka shots. NAN Young Professionals and Leaders with NYC Public Advocate Letitia James and the Manhattan Young Democrats want you to get wasted—and politically invested, of course. RSVP for specials on food and drinks.
If you’re undecided, or (gasp) conservative:
Quinn’s Bar and Grill (356 W. 44th St.). Quinn’s will take you in. The two-story sports bar will be showing the debate starting at 9 p.m. Admission is free, although you may make a reservation in advance.